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Inventor:
Stetson; Paul F.
Address:
Piedmont, CA
No. of patents:
7
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8571621 Minimax filtering for pulse oximetry October 29, 2013
Methods and systems are provided for filtering a pulse oximetry signal without making assumptions on the noise statistics of the signal. A pulse oximeter may receive an energy signal proportional to an amount of light detected at the sensor. The energy signal may be converted and digital
8251511 Method for finding the lateral position of the fovea in an SDOCT image volume August 28, 2012
Embodiments of the present invention provide methods for finding the lateral position of the fovea in an OCT image volume. In one instance, a cost function is developed whose minimum is located at or near the foveal center. This cost function includes one or more measures of retinal laye
8208688 Method of bioimage data processing for revealing more meaningful anatomic features of diseased t June 26, 2012
The present invention discloses a method for generating elevation maps or images of a tissue layer/boundary with respect to a fitted reference surface, comprising the steps of finding and segmenting a desired tissue layer/boundary; fitting a smooth reference surface to the segmented
8128229 RNFL measurement analysis March 6, 2012
One embodiment of the present invention accounts for individual anatomical variation when evaluating optical nerve fiber measurements. In one aspect, contextual information is used to compensate or correct measurement data. In another aspect, reference coordinates are remapped for im
8079711 Method for finding the lateral position of the fovea in an SDOCT image volume December 20, 2011
Embodiments of the present invention provide methods for finding the lateral position of the fovea in an OCT image volume. In one instance, a cost function is developed whose minimum is located at or near the foveal center. This cost function includes one or more measures of retinal laye
8073202 Method of bioimage data processing for revealing more meaningful anatomic features of diseased t December 6, 2011
The present invention discloses a method for generating elevation maps or images of a tissue layer/boundary with respect to a fitted reference surface, comprising the steps of finding and segmenting a desired tissue layer/boundary; fitting a smooth reference surface to the segmented
7798647 RNFL measurement analysis September 21, 2010
One embodiment of the present invention accounts for individual anatomical variation when evaluating optical nerve fiber measurements. In one aspect, contextual information is used to compensate or correct measurement data. In another aspect, reference coordinates are remapped for im










 
 
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